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Travel Blogs from Ocean Grove
... scenes in the car park - tailgating- where they had full on fires burning and BBQ's hard at work cooking burgers and I'm sure many beers were consumed. Some of the 'camps' had Christmas trees and of course they were all in full supporters paraphernalia.
We entered the stadium, Mary had to check in her umbrella, for what reason we are not sure, maybe they thought she was ...
... this grief stricken ******** parade? These questions were either fiendishly subtle attempts to trick him into admitting that he was, in fact, NOT English, or this dude was a full tilt moron.
The drive to Piscataway from frought, and tense, and awkward and I was glad that it was over. Retreat to the room. Tomorrow we can drop off The Peruvian and sheen ourselves to some NJ Landmarks.
Like Snooki's house and that pizza place everyone talks about.
... of Staten Island sons and daughters), stay optimistic, and make the best of music, literature and education as a way out of this place. I have also been able to find others on my island that share the same passions as me, while distancing myself from others who don't. After presiding substantially low in some of my college studies, I have made a sharp turnaround and had the best semester of my CSI career with 2 A's and 3 B+'s. I also deliberated and applied successfully ...
... walk that takes us into the ocean a little
bit, and a lot of folks fishing along the long walk.
We spent a few hours on the beach, relaxing, watching the variety of people whiling away their time on a lazy Sunday evening.
The sunset was amazing, as the golden skies melted in the silvery waters.
Sheer coincidence, another jet liner passes by through the fading colors of sunset as if it had been watching us all day ...
... local counsel in the Dominican Republic to take the appropriate steps to help us make a claim for our proportionate share of the assets that remain with the organization as the liquidation proceeds."
Making microloans is not charity- looking at microloans as charity hurts everyone involved. Many people who are involved with Kiva are not wealthy, like us they have set a fixed amount for microloans and cannot replenish loans which have been defaulted.